Jardín de la Salud
Loma Linda University in partnership with the local community is is working on an amazing garden project here in San Bernardino for our local families. The community garden is designed to serve our families in need by providing access to fresh organic fruits and vegetables. In addition, we are working to bring additional resources that includes gardening workshops, health education classes and a produce prescription program.
Volunteers are needed to help in different areas of the garden including manual labor (mulching, irrigation, cleanup) and helping lead educational classes and workshops to local families. Volunteer hours vary by activity and events planned for each week.
The garden is open at different times of the week during the morning and evening hours. Current volunteer hours are Monday evening, Friday evening, and Sunday evening for individual volunteers. The garden is open for group volunteering, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your group opportunity. We can accommodate up to 60 volunteers at one time. Please sign up to volunteer here.
For more information about this opportunity, please contact us at email@example.com
- LLU News: Organic community garden established in San Bernardino nourishes body, mind
- Institute for Health Policy and Leadership: Community Gardens: An Effective Approach to Food Equity
- Inland Empire Community News: Organic community garden established in San Bernardino nourishes body, mind
- The Sun: New mural, garden space in San Bernardino promote wholeness and respect
- Highland Community News: El Jardín de la Salud makes gardening a community activity in San Bernardino
- Empire KVCR: San Bernardino Community Garden Aims to Nourish the City's Underserved Population
- Grist News: Garden of Hope: In the shadow of Amazon, resistance takes root in San Bernardino